The Sunday Show with Philip Maldari, for December 18, 2011 - 9:00am
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I would first like to offer or suggest that if the KPFA or the The Sunday Show need additional help in updating the archives section thast they consider elliciting some help from audience members. For the most part the audience is wanting to go to these comment boxes the same day of the show. also it would be great to have both hours archived and provided with comment boxes.
Otherwise I agree with Bob that we need at some point to be provided with the other side of the story which at least considers that many of the uprisings may be being initiated by western, if not US, intelligence. Both Michele Chossudouvsky and Tariq Ali have been discussing these issues as well as Tarpley.
As to Mr Ehrlich, when questioned by the callers on this issue he simply complains that this is psychological approach problem with those questioning his information. In other words he is claiming they are infected with the conspiracy theory bug which blames America for everything,, but apparently does not have the nerve for such stark language. Instead of any examination of facts, or other legitmate voices who disagree with his position, he simply throws at the conpiracy dog whistle.
I do give Philip some credit on this issue since he was one of the few hosts of The Sunday show who had a show on the intelligence agencies ability to create false flag operations or the like. The show was on many months ago and I forget the name of the guest however. I doubt we will see anythingon JFK or 9/11 however
Thank godess for Abu and Wanda pulling the covers on the spooks 'n dupes helping to foment revolutions in left regimes like Libya and Syria and steering lemmings of the left to more credible news http://tarpley.net/2011/12/04/tarpley-on-pravda-u-s-journalist-denounces... : "The U.S. ambassador to Syria, Robert S. Ford is... the key official...responsible for the recruitment of Arab terrorists to create "death squads," usually with activists from Al-Qaeda (the funded organization of the CIA) for these same units as in Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen and Chechnya, to fight now against the Syrian army and police..."
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